CFDs

Short for contracts for difference, CFDs allow you to speculate on the up or down movement of numerous financial markets. Unlike traditional trading, you don’t actually own anything and can use leverage to trade large positions with a small amount of capital.

With Onetrade you can trade 16 of the world’s best known Indices, including Asia, North America, Europe and beyond on very favourable terms.

 

View standard Cash Index Market Information Sheet >
  CFD Trading Overview

PLATFORM MT4, web Trader, MT4 Mobile
INSTRUMENTS 20 Indices including:US Dow Jones 30 and S&P 500German 30 IndexUK 100 IndexJapan 225 IndexEuro 50 Index
SPREADS Real Market OTC Spreads from different Liquidity providers. No Mark-up No Price Manipulation
COMMISSIONS 0.30 USD per 1 CFD per side
FINANCING CHARGES FOR CFDS See our Financing & Margin sheet
MAX LEVERAGE 1:100 for Indicies.To see the standard leverage for Indices, please refer to the full contract specifications
EXECUTION 100% DMA/STP Agency Only. No Requotes No Execution Manipulation No Broker Intervention No Conflict of Interests
PRICE IMPROVEMENT YesNegative and Positive Slippage enabled
MINIMUM TRADE SIZE 1 CFD
TRADE SIZE INCREMENT 1 CFD
MAXIMUM OPEN POSITION No limit
MAXIMUM OPEN/PENDING ORDERS No Limit
  Based on the ordinary dividends paid by the constituents of each index that is subject to dividend events, We will determine the adjustments on Cash Index CFDs in the following way:
  • Long (Buy) trades are credited with the number of points by which the respective index has been adjusted multiplied by the trade size.
  • Short (Sell) trades are debited with the number of points by which the respective index has been adjusted multiplied by the trade size.

New to indices trading?

A stock index is a hugely important part of our financial world, but it is nothing more than a number representing the top shares from a particular exchange. For example, the FTSE 100 represents the largest 100 companies traded on the London Stock Exchange. If, on average, the share price of these companies goes up - then the FTSE 100 will rise with them. And if they fall, it will drop. Other examples of stock indices include:
  • Dow Jones, Nasdaq and S&P (US)
  • DAX and CAC (Europe)
  • Hang Seng, Nikkei and ASX  (Asia-Pacific)
Most of these are calculated using a capitalisation-weighted average, which means the size of each company is taken into account. The more a particular company is worth, the more its share price will affect the index as a whole. However, the Dow Jones and Nikkei are price-weighted indices, where shares with higher prices have more influence. This means a stock trading at $100 is given 10 times more weight than one at $10.   Risk Warning: Our service includes products that are traded on margin and carry a risk of loss to all of your deposited funds and may not be suitable for all investors. Please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved.

Risk warning: Trading leveraged or "geared" products on margin carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you so before deciding to invest in Forex or CFDs you should consider your investment objectives, expertise and risk appetite. You may lose more than your initial deposit and could be required to deposit additional funds. You should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose and should appraise yourself of all the risks associated with Forex and CFD trading and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any questions.
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Risk warning: Trading leveraged or "geared" products on margin carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you so before deciding to invest in Forex or CFDs you should consider your investment objectives, expertise and risk appetite. You may lose more than your initial deposit and could be required to deposit additional funds. You should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose and should appraise yourself of all the risks associated with Forex and CFD trading and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any questions.

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